Fresh Bombay duck (Bombil) delivered to your doorstep. Size of the full body is 8+ inches. Beware of food colored bombay ducks available in the market
Health benefits of Bombay duck
Although Bombay duck fish has a very strong pungent odor you will be surprised to see the various health benefits of this fish. If cooked properly the strong odor of this fish gets mixed with the recipe and provides a great taste altogether.
1. Nutritional information
Bombay duck or bombil is extremely nutritive for one’s health. 100g of dried Bombay fish provides you with 293 Ecal of energy, 60.74g protein, 4g fat, 15g of total minerals, 2g of carbohydrates, 1390mg Calcium, 240mg Phosphorous and 19mg Iron. Shocked? Yes, just 100g of this fish provides so much nutritional value. Along with these, it is also filled up with various vitamins and minerals.
2. Rich in protein
Bombay duck is highly rich in protein. 100g of Bombay duck fish provides you with almost 61g protein which is almost about 60%. The percentage of protein further goes up when the fish is dried and eaten. The protein in this fish helps to repair body muscles and tissues and is also responsible for making hormones and enzymes of the body. In total protein in this fish is necessary for the proper growth and development of the body.
3. Presence of Omega 3 fatty acids
Bombay duck, just like any other fatty fish contains Omega 3 Polyunsaturated fatty acids ( PUFA ). Omega 3 fatty acids are highly essential for the body. Omega 3 fatty acids in Bombay ducks enhance your heart by reducing bad cholesterol from your body and also helps in reducing blood triglyceride levels. This helps in the prevention of sudden strokes and heart attacks. These omega 3 fatty acids also help in preventing excessive blood clotting. When blood platelets become sticky they tend to clot more often. Omega 3 fatty acids prevent the platelets from getting extra sticky, thus preventing excessive blood clotting.
4. Great for your bones
The presence of chondroitin sulfate in Bombay duck helps in building the connective tissue, cartilage. This is considered great for people with arthritis. Along with this, Bombay duck is rich in phosphorous and calcium that help in maintaining your bone health and formation of bones. Consumption of this fish is great for people with osteoporosis. Calcium strengthens your bones and phosphorous maintains the skeletal structure of your body.
5. Rich in Vitamin A
Bombay duck is actually very rich in Vitamin A. We all know how Vitamin A is important to improve our vision and eyesight. The presence of Vitamin A and Iron in Bombay duck helps in boosting your immunity power which is highly necessary for this pandemic situation.
6. Provides you with great skin and hair
Vitamin A present in Bombay duck acts as a toner for our skin. This fish is also rich in Vitamin B3 which provides us a healthy and glowing skin by maintaining proper metabolism. The presence of other B complex vitamins also helps in maintaining your skin as well as your lips.
Bombay duck being rich in protein provides us with healthier hair. Protein is necessary to strengthen our hair. The problem of hair fall and damaged hair can be gradually treated by the consumption of Bombay duck. Also, the presence of calcium along with protein helps in making your nails healthier.
7. High amounts of zinc
The presence of great amounts of zinc in this fish helps in the quick healing of wounds in our bodies. Zinc is also essential in our body to improve the sexual function of our body. Zinc along with phosphorous present in Bombay duck helps in boosting sexual performance.
8. Rich in Iron
We all know why Iron is required in our body and how it helps us. Bombay duck fish contains a good amount of Iron which helps in regulating our body temperature. Iron is also required to supply the proper amount of oxygen required by the body. Consuming dried Bombay deck rich in iron also helps in the formation of hemoglobin in the blood and thus reduces the risk of developing anemia.